El Nuevo Día

Editorial

PREPA: an agenda without political influence

The Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority has been abruptly left without leadership while, close to the peak of the hurricane season, repairs to the damage caused by Storm Isaiah have not been completed and facing an agenda of programmatic projects that are critical to the transformation of Puerto Rico's energy system.

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Una agenda sin influencia política para la AEE

La Autoridad de Energía Eléctrica ha quedado abruptamente sin jefatura sin haberse concluido las reparaciones de los daños causados por la tormenta Isaías, y de cara al punto álgido de la temporada de huracanes y de una agenda de proyectos programáticos neurálgicos para la transformación del sistema energético de Puerto Rico

Editorial

It is our collective responsibility to stop community spread

The government extended restrictions on many Puerto Rico´s social and economic activities to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, sending a clear message: the virus on the island is spreading at the community level and it is up to everyone to comply with the use of masks and social distancing measures to stop it.

Editorial

Puerto Rico must implement a rapid response plan

Following the impact of Tropical Storm Isaiah on southern Puerto Rico, the island faces now the challenge of making a clear damage assessment and implementing the rapid response plan to swiftly assist affected families and repair damaged infrastructure.

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La CEE debe proteger la confianza electoral

A doce días de la celebración de las primarias, y a cuatro del voto adelantado, es insólito que la Comisión Estatal de Elecciones esté hundida en arriesgados atrasos que siembran dudas en torno al cumplimiento eficaz de su misión, y muestran la realidad incontestable de que, de cara a esta consulta, su labor subraya la ineficiencia.

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Blood donation is a way to express solidarity

In the COVID-19 emergency, the need to donate blood and plasma is constant. The surge in cases in Puerto Rico represents an opportunity to express solidarity, which can be a determining factor in the treatment of hundreds of hospitalized patients.

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A wise turn seeking to stop the increase in infections

Given the alarming projections based on scientific evidence on the rise of COVID-19 cases in Puerto Rico, the recent order to stop recreational and economic activities brings to the table how important it is that everyone everywhere responsibly adopts these measures seeking to prevent the advance of the virus.

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Safe airports and ports

Airports and seaports are essential infrastructures for the normalization of Puerto Rico´s socio-economic activities, and they are affected by external factors.